Treating diabetes mellitus in cats and dogs: What are your goals?

Nearly all veterinary patients with diabetes are managed with a combination of insulin therapy, diet, and weight management. Here’s the latest.

A tribute to weenie dogs

The love of a dog is endless, even when it’s their time to go. After nearly a year of suffering, a couple says goodbye to their sweet Dachshund.

Pandemics: Beyond “women and children first”

A One Health expert outlines the many factors involved in determining who will receive a vaccine and urges us—for the time being—to keep calm and mask on.

Why—and how—to build relationships with community pharmacists

Veterinarians are keenly aware of the errors and frustrations that can occur when working with a retail pharmacy. Building relationships with pharmacists can help improve patient outcomes.

Rehabilitation and canine osteoarthritis: a multimodal approach

Early recognition of degenerative joint disease combined with a multimodal treatment approach that includes a comprehensive rehabilitation plan can improve patient outcomes.

Let’s undo the twist: diagnosing and treating splenic torsion in dogs

Sometimes, splenectomies are straightforward and predictable. Other times, not so much. A veterinary surgeon shares tips for getting better outcomes in splenic torsion cases.